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Birth date: January 18, 1943
Birth place: Barnet, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Height:5' 9¾" (1.77 m)
Profession:Actor, Writer

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One of Britain's most versatile character actors, Paul Freeman's dark, hypnotic good looks and talent for accents have often seen him cast as villains. He originally worked first in advertising and then he trained as a teacher, while he participated in amateur dramatics as a pastime. As a professional actor he gained extensive experience ... Wikipedia

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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
High Strung2016completedKramrovsky
The Gatehouse2015post-productionEvelyn Eldritch
A Private Man2015Short completedOld Man
Bad Day at the Office2013Short completedNarrator
Trimming Pablo2011Short completedPablo Picasso
Secrets and Lies2015TV SeriesSheriff
Promakhos2014Callum (rumored)
Lucan2013TV MovieJohn Pearson
Countdown to Murder2013TV Series documentaryTommy Cressman
Getaway2013The Man
The Bible2013TV Mini-SeriesSamuel
After Death2012The inventor
Strike Back2012TV SeriesPeter Evans
The Hollow Crown2012TV Mini-SeriesThomas Erphingham
A Fantastic Fear of Everything2012Dr. Friedkin
Hard Boiled Sweets2012Shrewd Eddie
Viral2011/IShortSalvo
MI-52010TV SeriesLevi Cohen
Centurion2010Governor Julius Agricola
Spanish Flu: The Forgotten Fallen2009TV MovieSir Arthur Newsholme
The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler2009TV MovieMonsignor Godlewski
Lark Rise to Candleford2009TV SeriesOld Edmund
Agatha Christie: Poirot2008TV SeriesCol. Carbury
Hotel Babylon2008TV SeriesSir Christopher Price
The Whistleblowers2007TV SeriesJoseph Cole
A Girl and a Gun2007Video shortEddie
Diamond Geezer2007TV SeriesSergey
New Street Law2006-2007TV SeriesLaurence Scammel QC / Laurence Scammell QC
Hot Fuzz2007Rev. Philip Shooter
Number 132006TV MovieMr. Harrington, Cathedral Archivist
Midsomer Murders2006TV SeriesSir John Waverley
Waking the Dead2005TV SeriesDr. Charles Hoyle
The Feast of the Goat2005Agustín Cabral
When I'm Sixty-Four2004TV MovieRay
Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius2004Angus
George and the Dragon2004Sir Robert
Monarch of the Glen2002-2003TV SeriesAndrew Booth
Haker2002Prezes
ER1998-2002TV SeriesDr. Charles Corday
Fields of Gold2002TV MovieSir James Ferneyhough
And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen...2002English Customer
Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War2002Jenkins
Morlang2001Julius Morlang
The 3 Kings2000Melchior
Inspector Morse2000TV SeriesFrank Harrison
Rough Treatment2000TV MovieMr. Masters
The Dark Room1999TV SeriesAdam Kingsley
The Devil's Arithmetic1999TV MovieRabbi
Only Love1998TV MovieDallesandro
Double Team1997Goldsmythe
Ruth Rendell Mysteries1997TV SeriesJulius Sorensen
Circles of Deceit: Sleeping Dogs1996TV MovieArmitage
Samson and Delilah1996TV MovieManoach
Squillo1996Marco
Tales from the Crypt1996TV SeriesAlistair Touchstone
The Final Cut1995TV Mini-SeriesTom Makepeace
The Horseman on the Roof1995Laurent de Theus
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie1995Ivan Ooze
Lie Down with Lions1994TV MovieDubois
Grushko1994TV SeriesBosenko
Viper1994TV SeriesDr. Samuels
Piccolo grande amore1993Count Otto Von Dix
Between the Lines1993TV SeriesNicholas Shaw
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles1992-1993TV SeriesFrederick Selous
In Suspicious Circumstances1993TV SeriesSir Patrick Hastings
Full Stretch1993TV SeriesFreddie Reid
Boon1988-1992TV SeriesEdward Cameron / Ronnie Hains
Just Like a Woman1992Miles Millichamp
Great Performances1992TV SeriesDumont
Double Edge1992TV MovieFerese
Van der Valk1992TV SeriesMichael Tromp
Aces: Iron Eagle III1992Kleiss
Under Cover1991TV SeriesCol. Kalganin
The Last Island1990Sean
Eminent Domain1990Ben
May Wine1990TV MovieTom
Perry Mason: The Case of the Desperate Deception1990TV MovieCarl Meyerhoff
Murderers Among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story1989TV MovieJosef
Magic Moments1989TV MovieBrian Swann
Twist of Fate1989TV Mini-SeriesSS-Oberfuhrer Mittendorf
Prisoner of Rio1988Ronald Biggs
Without a Clue1988Prof. James Moriarty
A World Apart1988Kruger
Yesterday's Dreams1987TV SeriesMartin
Worlds Beyond1986TV SeriesRichard Wentworth
Shanghai Surprise1986Walter Faraday
Sins1986TV Mini-SeriesMueller
A.D.1985TV Mini-SeriesCornelius
Falcon Crest1984-1985TV SeriesGustav Riebmann
Mitch1984TV SeriesHarry Warren
Sakharov1984TV MoviePavel Leontiev
Cagney & Lacey1984TV SeriesYves Benoit
Flight to Berlin1984Nicholas
Si elle dit oui... je ne dis pas non1983Nick
Enemies of the State1983TV MovieJulius Tomin
The Sender1982Dr. Denman
The Final Option1982Sir Richard
Crown Court1974-1982TV SeriesDefence Counsel / John Bernard / Leonard Tyler
Q.E.D.1982TV SeriesProfessor Rep
Play for Today1980-1982TV SeriesWillie / Doctor / Alexander Kutsov
BBC2 Playhouse1982TV SeriesMax
An Unsuitable Job for a Woman1982James Calendar
Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years1981TV Mini-SeriesRalph Wigram
Raiders of the Lost Ark1981Dr. René Belloq
Death of a Princess1980TV MovieChristopher Ryder
The Dogs of War1980Derek
The Long Good Friday1980Colin
BBC Play of the Month1979TV SeriesKravchenko
The Sweeney1978TV Series1st Detective
Will Shakespeare1978TV Mini-SeriesDick Burbage
Scorpion Tales1978TV SeriesOliver Benthall
The XYY Man1976TV SeriesRay Lynch
Couples1976TV SeriesDouglas Broom
Whose Child Am I?1976Paul Martin
2nd House1975TV Series
Baa Baa Black Sheep1974TV MovieLockwood
Childhood1974TV SeriesLockwood
ITV Sunday Night Theatre1973TV SeriesKeith
Coronation Street1973TV SeriesTerry Slade
The Protectors1972TV SeriesMechanic
Jason King1972TV SeriesMale Revolutionary
The Last of the Baskets1972TV SeriesBernard Rage
Champion House1967TV SeriesElwyn

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Virginian1969TV Series story - 1 episode

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Frontline2005TV Series documentary
Indiana Jones: Making the Trilogy2003Video documentaryHimself
A History of Britain2002TV Mini-Series documentary
The Making of 'Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie'1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
Refuse to Dance: The Theatre of Howard Barker1986TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Making of 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'1981TV Movie documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Bible2013TV Mini-SeriesSamuel
On Set with 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'2012Video documentaryHimself
The Light and Magic of 'Indiana Jones'2003Video documentary shortHimself
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Passion for Life2000TV MovieSelous
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Phantom Train of Doom1999VideoFrederick Selous
Great Movie Stunts: Raiders of the Lost Ark1981TV Movie documentary

Won awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2001Best ActorCairo International Film FestivalMorlang (2001)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1982Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Supporting ActorRaiders of the Lost Ark (1981)


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#Fact
1Appears in Hot Fuzz (2007), along with Jim Broadbent and an uncredited Cate Blanchett. Freeman appeared in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), while Broadbent and Blanchett appeared together in one of the sequels, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008).
2When the "Power Rangers" movie was released, a small tub of "Ivan's Ooze" was available from toy stores, featuring Paul's face on the lid.
3Claimed he had never heard of The Power Rangers when he was cast as Ivan Ooze in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)
4His first stage role in America was as Prospero in the American Repertory Theatre's production of The Tempest.
5He has played leading roles at the National Theatre, Royal Court and the Royal Shakespeare Company.

#Quote
1[on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)] You're acting behind a mask, and that mask gives you enormous freedom. It means you can play the whole part completely off the wall. So my style of acting is completely over the top and exaggerated - it's like nothing else you've seen in the last 100 years. My last role before this was in 'Midsummer Night's Dream' in [London's] Regents Park, wearing a purple costume and playing Oberon, king of the fairies. So it really was as if I trained for six months to play [Ooze].
2I think the trick for British actors when they work in Hollywood is not to take it all too seriously.
3[on Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)] Both Steven [Steven Spielberg] and George Lucas told me at the time they wanted me back for a sequel, then said they needed new characters. I could see their point - if the hero stays the same, you don't want the same villain, too.
4[on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)] The script developed as we were making it, and at one point the producer Suzanne Todd would be sitting in the corner on set, writing the script on her laptop. In the middle of speaking lines, I'd get handed rewrites, and a producer would say: 'Here, say this instead.'
5[on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)] From what I've seen, it's innocuous. There's a lot of kung fu fighting, but you never see blood or indeed any impact. It's a bit like those Bruce Lee films, but without all the grunting and groaning.
6My parents came from Camden Town, so I used to have a North London accent - that was my real voice. It's easy to slip back into the dialect, though, and nice to get back into it - it's like coming home.
7Monarch of the Glen (2000) got me into hill-walking, which I now like as well as gardening and listening to music. It's important to have other interests, so that if work does dry up I've got other interests to fall back on.
8[on When I'm Sixty-Four (2004)] I'd never worked with Tony [Tony Grounds] before, but I read the script and I thought, 'What beautiful writing'. It's a terribly well written script: everyone is decent, the things that are sad are the everyday tragedies of life. Nothing is manipulated - including the humour - and the people aren't evil. It's also important to me how people view people of my age. My dad had retired by my age and people of his generation were looking forward to retirement. But I don't feel like retiring.
9[Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)] They've borrowed shamelessly from just about every children's story. Ivan Ooze becomes a Pied Piper figure, luring children away from their parents to a world of total irresponsibility where everyone throws purple gunk at each other. But there's a strangely redemptive ending in which the parents and children recognize what they've missed in each other. Which I can only approve of, of course.
10[on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)] Power Rangers was a completely chaotic production. The producer kept me in prosthetics for much longer than I should have been so my face swelled up and that stopped production, and they tried to cheat me out of the money... The stories about it were endless. In the end, you know, it's a perfectly serviceable kids' movie. And I'm rather good in it.
11I was very happy to be typecast, I got a lot of work out of it. That lasted for a few years and then I got fed up because it became a train of playing Nazis. One year I played the commandant of Auschwitz and the commandant of Birkenau in the same year, and I thought, 'What's my career becoming? Am I waiting to play Hitler? I don't think so.' So I said, "No more Nazis."
12[on Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)] They said, "Here's the script, go away, read it and see what you think." I read it and loved it. It was the monkey with the date that really got me.


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